Amber Athey, Washington Editor at The Spectator joins Moment of Truth to talk her new book, “The Snowflakes’ Revolt,” the media landscape, higher education, and much more.
In Today’s episode of “Moment of Truth,” Saurabh and Nick sit down with Amber Athey, Washington Editor for The American Spectator, Georgetown Alumnus, and Author of “The Snowflakes’ Revolt,” to discuss the woke takeover of Georgetown University and other “elite” schools, disturbing trends amongst Millennials and Gen Z, Boomer incompetence on social media and its consequences, corruption at the White House Correspondents Association, and what if anything can be done to restore sanity in American journalism.
Amber Athey is the Washington Editor at Spectator USA and the host of the “Unfit to Print” podcast which also airs on @WCBM680 on Sundays @6pm. She was named 2019-20 Tony Blankley Fellow by Steamboat Institute. Prior to joining the Spectator USA team, Amber was White House Correspondent at the Daily Caller and covered bias and abuse in the university system for Campus Reform. She graduated from Georgetown University in 2016 with a B.A. in Government and Economics. Amber is an Orioles fan, country music lover, and proud cat mom to Bentley. She is the author of “The Snowflakes’ Revolt: How Woke Millennials Hijacked American Media.” Send news tips to [email protected].